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University of Western Ontario

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University of Western Ontario

1151 Richmond Street North

London, Ontario,N6A 3K7

Canada

Company Description

Western University delivers an academic experience second to none. Since 1878, The Western Experience has combined academic excellence with life-long opportunities for intellectual, social and cultural growth in order to better serve our communities. Our resea...more

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Employment History

PhD Student

University of Alberta


Affiliations

Colorado State University

Post Doctoral Fellow


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The University of Western Ontario

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Dr. Martin Kavaliers (Ph.D.)
Professor - Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Science and Graduate Program in Neuroscience The primary interests of Dr. Kavaliers include sex differences in the regulation of behavior, pain mechanisms, stress responses, learning and memory and the role of infectious agents on behavior. Dr. Kavaliers has contributed to the ongoing studies examining compounds which contribute to autistic-like behavior in animals and will continue to contribute to the development of animal models for autism and related disorders.


UWO Psychology :::::: Autism Research Group

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Dr. Peter Cain, Dr. Elizabeth Hampson, Dr. Martin Kavaliers, Yalda Mohammad-Asef, Dr. Klaus-Peter Ossenkopp, Francis Boon, Jennifer Hoffman, Roy Taylor, Dr. Karina Rodriguez-Capote, Dr. Derrick MacFabe, Andrew Franklin
Dr. Martin Kavaliers (Ph.D.) Professor - Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Science and Graduate Program in Neuroscience The primary interests of Dr. Kavaliers include sex differences in the regulation of behavior, pain mechanisms, stress responses, learning and memory and the role of infectious agents on behavior. Dr. Kavaliers has contributed to the ongoing studies examining compounds which contribute to autistic-like behavior in animals and will continue to contribute to the development of animal models for autism and related disorders.


- Psychology - Western University - Western University

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Martin Kavaliers
Dr. Martin Kavaliers Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Email: kavalier@uwo.ca Office: SSC 9246 Tel: 519-661-2111 ext. 86084 Cloutier, C. J., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2012). Lipopolysaccharide inhibits the simultaneous establishment of LiCl-Induced anticipatory nausea and intravascular conditioned taste avoidance in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research 232: 278-286 Cloutier, C. J., Rodowa. M.-S., Cross-Mellor, S. K., Chan, M. Y. T., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2012) Inhibition of LiCl-induced conditioning of anticipatory nausea in rats following immune system stimulation: comparing the immunogens lipopolysaccharide, muramyl dipeptide, and polyinosinic polycytidylic acid. Physiology and Behavior 106: 243-251. Kavaliers, M., Clipperton-Allen, A. E., Cragg, C. L., Gustaffson, J-A., Muglia, L. J., Choleris, E. (2012). Male risk taking, female odors and the role of estrogen receptors. Physiology and Behavior (in press). Choleris, E., Clipperton-Allen, A. E., Phan, A., Valsecchi, P., Kavaliers, M. (2012) Estrogenic involvement in social learning, social recognition and pathogen avoidance. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology (in press). Gabor, C.S., Phan. A., Clipperton-Allen, A. E., Kavaliers, M., Choleris, E. (2012) Interplay of oxytocin, vasopressin and sex hormones in the regulation of social recognition. Behavioral Neuroscience 126: 97-109. Ossenkopp, K.-P., Foley, K. A., Gibson, J., Fudge, M. A., Kavaliers, M., Cain , D. P., MacFabe, D. F. (2012). Systemic treatment with the enteric bacterial fermentation product, propionic acid, produces both conditioned taste avoidance and conditioned place aversion in rats. Behavioural Brain Research 227: 134-141. Kavaliers, M., Choleris, E. (2011). Sociality, pathogen avoidance, and the neuropetides oxytocin and vasopressin. Psychological Science 22:1367-1374. Cloutier, C. J., Cross-Mellor, S. K., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2011) Simultaneous conditioning of "gaping" and taste cues in the rodent model of anticipatory nausea. Neuroscience Letters 502: 76-79. Ossenkopp, K.-P., Biagi, E., Cloutier, C. J., Chan, M.Y. T., Kavaliers, M. (2011) Acute corticosterone increases conditioned spontaneous orofacial behaviors but fails to influence dose related LiCl-induced conditioned "gaping" responses in a rodent model of anticipatory nausea. European Journal of Pharmacology 660: 358- 362. Fudge, M. A., Kavaliers, M., Baird, J.-P., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2009) Tamoxifen produces conditioned taste reactivity in male rats: analysis of microstructural licking patterns. Hormones and Behavior 56: 322-331. Choleris, E., Clipperton, A. E., Phan. A., Kavaliers, M. (2009) Neuroendocrinology of social information processing in rats and mice. Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology 30: 422-459. Lockey, A. J., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2009) Lipopolysaccharide reduces tactile startle response magnitude but not prepulse inhibition in rats: a dose-response examination. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 93: 47-53. Fudge, M. A., Kavaliers, M., Baird, J.-P., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2009) Tamoxifen and raloxifene produce conditioned taste avoidance in female rats: a microstructural analysis of licking patterns. Life Sciences 84: 282-289. Chan, M. Y. T., Cross-Mellor, S. K., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2009) Lipopolysaccharide (LPS) blocks the acquisition of LiCl-induced gaping in a rodent model of anticipatory nausea. Neuroscience Letters 450: 301-305. Lockey, A. J., Kavaliers, M., Ossenkopp, K.-P. (2009) Lipopolysaccharide produces dose-dependent reductions of the acoustic startle response without impairing prepulse inhibition in male rats. Brain Behavior and Immunity 23: 101-107


Full Time Faculty - Psychology - Western University - Western University

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Martin Kavaliers
Dr. Martin Kavaliers Professor kavalier@uwo.ca


Faculty - Psychology - Western University - Western University

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